“Through BIAV’s educational events and resources,

I am able to share all I’ve learned with others, so

they, too, can get the much-needed help they

deserve. If it were not for my daughter’s strength

and the support of BIAV, I don’t know that we

would be in the place we are today.”

~ Kelly Lang, mother of Olivia Lang
Olivia sustained a traumatic brain injury in a car accident

How We Help Individuals and Caregivers:

How We Help in the Community:

How We Help Professionals:

Case Consultation:  Problem-solve, brainstorm and inform about resources.

Resource Assistance: Help access important services, such as attorneys, physicians and funding.

Support Groups: Provide a setting for sharing and emotional support and advice,including training for support group

Camp Bruce McCoy: (overnight camp experience) Encourage independence for
individuals with brain injuries and provide invaluable respite for caregivers.

Public Awareness & Education: Inform, educate and raise awareness
through presentations and special events to organizations and the public.

Advocacy: Represent the needs of the brain injury community in the legislative and policy arenas.

Internship Program: Provide meaningful internships with resume-building, real-life projects.

Neuro-Resource Facilitation: Improve human service providers’understanding of the brain injury recovery process and awareness
of resources.

Educational Programs: Provide information through in-services,conferences, webinars, presentations and

Resource Request Form

Need more information? Let us help.  Complete the Resource Request form or call 1-800-444-6443.